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  1. Aion
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    Aion The 47 Ronin

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    any mechanic around here? I'm looking for cheap auto parts store for my 2011 santa fe 2.4l gl premium. looking for brake pads and rotors.

    any suggestions? websites. US base store

    thanks guys
     
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    My suggestion is to get something besides the santa fe
     
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    kaM The 47 Ronin

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    Brake pads are cheap, looking $15 to $20 for a good set. Rotors you don't want to cheap out on that much.

    Rotors are about $40/$48 each and can get down to about $30 each for the Santa Fe.

    Best thing is just walk into a store like pepboys/midas/autozone and have them get them in for you.
     
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    Check CARID their prices are very reasonable.
     
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    Aion The 47 Ronin

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    Parts here aross the border is way overprice. Ill have a look at those companys. Ill have them ship it to my US adress.that will be cheaper.
     
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    Rockauto.com is a good site.

    For pads only buy ceramic pads they won't a nice black powder all over your rims, stink to holy hell, and they will last nearly forever. As for rotors go for OEM or better only you don't want to have to worry about having them taken off to be turned or paying some shop to turn them on the vehicle for 120.00 per axle.
     
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    If you're in vancouver take a drive down to the states, you should be able to pick them up at pretty much any auto parts store for a pretty decent price.
     
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    ak | sAmmI'^ The 47 Ronin

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    bro check amazon they sell complete kits for really cheap, granted they aren't the best money can buy but decent. make sure not to get any type of drilled rotors they are only for looks and wont help with stopping power, and will eventually crack. and far as ceramic pads go i wouldnt bother with them just a waste of money IMO unless you really care about not having brake dust on your wheels
    download.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Really appreciate it. Ive been paying so much here for parts and its time now to buy from across the border.
     
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